It can be added, but as of right now there’s no vehicle to pay out this year’s PFD on the table—or restore the Power Cost Equalization program.
After a particularly uninspired showing at the oral arguments, an attempt to overturn the slate of election reforms has come up far short.
Turns out the governor and attorney general did not, in fact, find a clever way around the Alaska Constitution.
election and the May 11, 2021 runoff elections,” concludes the report.
Care about the future of the PFD? The future of the state services? The future of taxes? Or how about whether there’ll even be a future?
The fiscal plan, lawsuits galore, a few job changes, a sizable fine and yet another note about 2022.
A good ol’ standoff.
The tweets featured in the report cover a litany of racist, antisemitic, homophobic and transphobic topics.
Like it or not, the state’s budgeting is driven more by precedent and norms than we’d probably like to admit. Dunleavy’s busted those norms.